I usually put poems here, but I think I’ll do music this time.
Robert Starer’s Pink, by Dr. Jason Sifford
After My Own Heart
Wet: lilac, Dove soap, magnolia
Dry: lilac, jasmine, musk, flower stalk
This reminds me of a gift soap shaped in the form of a bouquet of purple flowers of all shapes that my family was once given. I loved that soap because it was purple (and not pink) and it smelled like flowers, which I had a vested interest in from a young age. I used to format huge guides of flowers, their pictures, and their meanings and print them out on our home printer. This is a nice memory of those times, but the musk makes this stay rather soapy on me, and I unfortunately can’t see myself wearing it. For those who don’t mind the soap however, it’s a really fresh lilac fragrance, a little creamy, not too sweet, and because of the soap, really quite clean.